In the 21st Century we must embrace the notion of cloud-computing and all that comes with it. (Not that we really had a choice.) My iPhone has a fresh new face, my Gmail is always changing…and so is my favorite online mapping application, ArcGIS Online. Realize that updates are just part of the process when we’re using “the cloud” to compute. This week I took a good hard look at all my maps in my collection online and decided it was time for an “update.” Perhaps it’s not a bad way to keep ourselves in check…if Apple is updating, then it’s a good reminder to ask, “What maps, lessons or parts of lessons could use a little enhancement or fresh face?” Often it doesn’t take long to freshen up a tried-and-true lesson.

So don’t panic! If you have some favorite maps of hers, I’m sure they’ll be there. The top 30 maps have been given the once over to be sure they’re working well in the latest iteration of ArcGIS Online. (I used the number of views as the ranking factor.) Feel free to ask, if you don’t see something. Feel free to request new material (as long as you don’t mind me blogging about it).

All the lessons and resources are still available on the resources page of Barbaree’s website.

Here are the links to the Top 30 (or so) maps from Barbaree’s collection:

  1. Great Chocolate Caper Puzzle Map
  2. Watsons Go to Birmingham Exploration
  3. Using GIS for Common Core Reading StoryMap
  4. 20 Minute GIS Series (12 maps)
  5. Shakespeare’s Hamlet (look for more maps related
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  6. Great Pumpkin Harvest
  7. Earth, Wind and Fire
  8. John Snow’s Cholera Maps
  9. Plessy v. Ferguson
  10. Around the World in 80 Days
  11. English Teacher’s Guide to Mapping: Authors, Content & Setting, Journeys, Writing (4 maps)
  12. The Adventures of T.S. Spivet
  13. Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County
  14. Dickens and Child Labor
  15. Their Eyes Were Watching God
  16. Twain’s Travels (my first GIS project that I made for students in English Class circa 2000)
  17. Great Watermelon Conundrum of 1978

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